Punk, parenthood, and Patti Smith.

About

The latest show from award-winning writer Phil Spencer is a notebook’s worth of stories about the gentle art of cowardice, tiny acts of fuck-you-mate, and why Patti Smith is the absolute boss of it all.

Penned over the best part of a decade, No Standing. No Dancing. looks back over Phil’s life with reckless abandon: from the 17-year-old ratbag he once was to the emotional and neurotic 34-year-old father of two he’s proud to be today.

It’s an autobiography-meets-love-letter to indie music, an examination of parenthood (and public pool hygiene) and a primal scream to reawaken the punk inside us all.

“Spencer’s charm and winning on-stage charisma is simply delightful.”
★★★★ The Brag

Image: Filip Zahradnik

Cast & Creatives

Written and performed by Phil Spencer

Performance Times

Season 27 – 29 August

Performance Times
Thursday – Saturday 7pm

Latecomers
Please note, there is a complete lock-out on all performances and latecomers won’t be admitted, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get to us, grab a drink, and get settled.

Pricing

Subscription Add On

All $30
Four Pack (all four Special Extras) $100

Single Tickets

All $35
Monday Rush (when applicable) $20

Single Tickets on sale from Monday 2 December (Family Values from Monday 4 November).
Transaction fees of $4 for online bookings and $6 for phone bookings apply.

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